Baptizm greek word & definition G907 strongs

βαπτίζω

baptizō

bap-tid'-zo

From a derivative of G911; to make whelmed (that is, fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism: - baptist, baptize, wash.





Baptism

As administered by John

Matt 3:5-12

John 3:23

Acts 13:24

Acts 19:4

Sanctioned by Christ's submission to it

Matt 3:13-15

Luke 3:21

Adopted by Christ

John 3:22

John 4:1-2

Appointed an ordinance of the Christian church

Matt 28:19-20

Mark 16:15-16

To be administered in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Matt 28:19

Regeneration, the inward and spiritual grace of

John 3:3

John 3:5-6

Romans 6:3-4

Romans 6:11

Remission of sins, signified by

Acts 2:38

Acts 22:16

Unity of the Church effected by

1Cor 12:13

Gal 3:27-28

Confession of sin necessary to

Matt 3:6

Repentance necessary to

Acts 2:38

Faith necessary to

Acts 8:37

Acts 18:8

There is but one

Eph 4:5

Administered to

Individuals

Acts 8:38

Acts 9:18

Households

Acts 16:15

1Cor 1:16

Only to professing believers

Acts 2:38

Matt 3:6

Mark 16:16

Acts 8:12

Acts 8:37

Acts 10:47-48

Scriptures supporting infant baptism

Prov 30:6

Administered by immersing the whole body of the person in water

Matt 3:16

Acts 8:38-39

Emblematic of the influences of the Holy Spirit

Matt 3:11

Titus 3:5

Typified

1Cor 10:2

1Peter 3:20-21

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